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Elizabeth Taylor Passion -I don't care what anyone says, I adore this power fume. It's so intense, almost scary, even. Yet, once you wear it, it's anything but scary. Does not even smell cheap, provided one uses only one spray. I love it!
Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio -It's so distinctive... you know it when you smell it. For this reason, it deserves placement among the best 80's perfumes.
Two honorable mentions go to Revlon Electric Youth by Debbie Gibson and Coty Ex`cla-ma`tion , for its super-fun scents and bottles. I remember when I saw them as a kid, they both looked so fun but grown up to me (laugh all you want). I absolutely adored them, and admired them from afar (as I wasn't allowed to wear perfume until I was in my mid-teens).